Métis Matters Radio Show for June 15th 2011

Keith Henry and Daryl Piper speak on the Métis Matters Radio Show. Listen.

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Minister of Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation (MARR) Meets Formally with BCMF

(Legislative Buildings – Victoria, BC) Honourable Mary Polak, Minister of Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation (MARR) met with officials representing members of the BC Métis Federation in her office for an hour yesterday and were presented with a discussion paper that clearly pointed to the immediate need for a dual governance structure for Métis citizens in […]

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Métis Gathering Launches BCMF and Marches Proudly into the History Books

(Vancouver, BC) It was billed as a Métis Gathering but if you asked any of the 73 people who took the time and expense to attend or the 1134 province wide online viewers, an all-time record shattering online audience, they would call it “A New Beginning” for a people who desperately want to have proper […]

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Keith Henry on Métis Matters Radio Show – June 8th 2011

Keith Henry called into the Métis Matters Radio Show on June 8th to discuss the BC Métis Federation. You can listen to the discussion with Keith between the 9:00 minute and 23:00 minute marks. Listen.

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On Saturday June 11th, 2011 the CCMC Métis Gathering entitled A New Beginning will convene at 9:30 AM.  The Métis Gathering is open to all Métis people in British Columbia to attend the creation of new democratic organization to provide a viable alternative to govern the educational, political, cultural, and financial future for Métis people.

June 11th 2011 Métis Gathering: "A New Beginning" – Open for all BC Métis Citizens

On Saturday June 11th, 2011 the CCMC Métis Gathering entitled A New Beginning will convene at 9:30 AM. The Métis Gathering is open to all Métis people in British Columbia to attend the creation of new democratic organization to provide a viable alternative to govern the educational, political, cultural, and financial future for Métis people.

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MNBC Delinquent on Property Taxes, Owe $243,245.96 as of May 30th

(Abbotsford, BC) The Coalition of Concerned Métis Citizens (CCMC) predicated last year that the Métis Nation British Columbia (MNBC) would be so close to insolvency by April 2011 that they would be incapable of paying for basic operational costs such as their property taxes on the Métis School in Abbotsford. Lets us all recall it […]

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Coffee Talk: Saturday, June 4th, 2011 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM

The CCMC will be providing their final Coffee Talk series Saturday, June 4th, 2011 from 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM PST.  The hosts will present an overview of how the CCMC was formed and explain what is the future of the CCMC as it transitions into the British Columbia Metis Federation (BCMF).  An extensive presentation […]

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Metis Matters Radio Show June 1st 2011

Former provincial NDP leader and sitting MLA for Victoria Beacon Hill Carole James made a guest appearance with substitute Métis Matter Radio Show host Keith Henry this Wednesday June 1st 2011 on CFRO 102.7.Listen to this weeks show: Listen.

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Metis Nation British Columbia Dirty Politics On Display Once More

(Vancouver, BC) The Métis Nation British Columbia (MNBC) released the attached news release late last night to a recent Coalition of Concerned Métis Citizens (CCMC) release made last Sunday evening as a result of a productive meeting between representatives from the CCMC and Fort St. John Métis Society Board of Directors. Downloads  

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Former NDP Leader Carole James Supports the Fight for Métis Government Accountability

(Vancouver, BC) In arguably one of her best and most open interview in years a relaxed and jovial Carole James, former provincial NDP leader, spoke candidly with Keith Henry and Daryl Piper sitting in for regular CFRO Métis Matters host Ken Fisher. Ms. James talked about her Métis ancestry, her early years in Saskatchewan, and […]

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